700 or more pro obama demonstrators saying we want health reform now, holding signs, shouting. there were a little bit less protesters, anti-obama protester, calling it socialism and the like. we've seen that play out across the country. what i saw that was interesting today, and there was more energy on the obama side than any other obama event, far more people, a lot more shouting. you could see the labor unions and the democratic national committee were rallying these people, getting much more involved across the country. we went out and talked to some of these people. even as the obama administration back in washington is signaling, look, maybe this public option will no longer be a central part of this, that they may be getting rid of that, people we talked to in the crowd who were pro obama said, look, we'll be disappointed with if that happens but it won't be the end of it. we still want reform. that's what the white house is hoping, that there will be a feeling out there, that, look, maybe a half a loaf, three-quarters of a loaf is better than nothing at all. that's certainly the message that the administration wants to get out there. >> and they're getting it out.